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Garcinia Cambogia Extract Side Effects: Reviews and Research Exposes Garcinia Cambogia Extract

New report by GarciniaCambogiaScam.org reveals the truth about Garcinia Cambogia extract side effects, along with ways consumers can protect themselves from inferior products and ensure they purchase a pure Garcinia Cambogia supplement that is effective

SAN DIEGO, Dec. 26, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- As the popularity of pure Garcinia Cambogia continues to grow, new studies point to potential side effects of using this revolutionary weight loss compound. While many of the side effects are actually beneficial and bolster claims that pure Garcinia Cambogia extract is a "miracle cure-all," there are also potential dangers from inferior products and disreputable manufacturers looking to turn a quick buck.

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Garcinia Cambogia is getting attention for its eye-popping weight loss results: clinical studies and consumer reviews demonstrate the ability to lose weight, as much as 8.1lbs over 12 weeks, simply by taking as directed a pure Garcinia Cambogia supplement and without adding significant exercise or diet restrictions. Beyond those crucial fat-melting benefits, researchers have noted several additional beneficial pure Garcinia Cambogia side effects, including:

  1. Reduction in "bad" (LDL) cholesterol levels
  2. Enhanced red blood cell production
  3. Optimized blood sugar balance

This research mirrors anecdotal evidence that pure Garcinia Cambogia extract supports a wide range of healthy outcomes. Lisa King – lead researcher at GarciniaCambogiaScam.org – has studied Garcinia Cambogia extensively: "We have found that the hydroxycitric acid (HCA) in Garcinia Cambogia can support critical systems throughout the human body. This compound has wide-ranging potential to promote not only weight loss, but whole body health and well-being."

The same studies also noted that it is becoming harder to find pure Garcinia Cambogia extract and that inferior products can lead to a variety of side effects and complications for consumers, including moderate to severe allergic reactions, difficulty losing weight, and dangerous drug interactions. Complications from these products have resulted in increasing reports of Garcinia Cambogia side effects.

King and her team discovered why some products can cause such serious problems: "Many of the products we tested, including those from leading manufacturers, contained fillers and bulking agents that may cause allergic reactions. Others contained poor-quality Garcinia Cambogia with ineffective levels of HCA. And some had been manufactured improperly, with inclusions like stimulants that could create dangerous interactions."

Fortunately, these new studies also provide consumers with the information needed to make informed purchasing decisions and to choose a pure Garcinia Cambogia diet supplement that is right for them. King recommends consumers look for the following to ensure that a pure Garcinia Cambogia supplement is safe and effective:

  • 60% or better HCA content
  • Serving dosage of 800 mg or more, to be taken daily
  • Processed and manufactured according to approved standards
  • Good consumer reviews

King adds, "There are safe and effective pure Garcinia Cambogia products out there, with no adverse side effects. It simply takes a little extra digging to separate the good from the bad, and it's worth it." King recommends that consumers check trusted online sources, including review sites and those that conduct testing of diet supplements, to find the best Garcinia Cambogia supplements.

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Consumers are also advised to check pricing policies closely, including shipping – many disreputable companies are listing pure Garcinia Cambogia supplements at $60-70 per bottle or more, a certain sign of a poor value. A higher cost is not indicative of added quality, and may in fact only be evidence of a company looking to take advantage of customers.

Find the latest updated list of highly rated Garcinia Cambogia extracts visit:

http://www.garciniacambogiascam.org/garcinia-cambogia-side-effects-report/

Research Sources:

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3424601/

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3010674/

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11134690

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16366421

Media Contact: Lisa King, GarciniaCambogiaScam.org, 760-609-0968, [email protected]

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